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May 17, 1963 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-05-17

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N.Y. Communal Leader Prominent Zionist
Joseph H. Cohen Dies Dr. Jarcho Dies

NEW YORK (JTA)—Joseph
H. Cohen, a retired industrialist
and prominent Jewish com-
munal leader, died here May 12
at the age of 73.
Born in New York, Cohen
served as treasurer of the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board
from 1946 until last year when
he was named honorary treas-
urer. He was a founder in 1946
and former treasurer of the
National Jewish Welfare Board
from 1946 until last year when
he was named honorary treas-
urer. He was a founder in 1946
and former treasurer of the
World Federation of Young
Men's Hebrew Associations and
Jewish' Community Centers. and
was active in the work of the
United Jewish Appeal and the
Federation of Jewish Philan-
thropies of New York.

Israel. Rosenberg,
Playwright, Dies

NEW YORK, (JTA)—Israel
ROsenhexg, well-known Yiddish
playwright, died this week, aged
N. Born in Lublin, Poland, he
came to Canada in 1917, settling
in the United States subsequent-
ly. Many of his plays were pro-
duced in - various Jewish centers
around the world.

The Family of the Late

LILLY ALBERT

and

BEN WEINMAN

Acknowledge with
grateful appreciation
the many kind expres-
sions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives
and friends during the
family's recent bereave-
ment. _

The Family of the Late

CHARLES
DORFMAN

NEW YORK, (JTA) — Dr.
Julius Jarcho, an eminent ob-
stetrician and gynecologist and
a prominent Zionist, died at the
age of 82. He played a leading
role in the development of med-
icine and the extension of medi-
cal education in Israel.
Born in the Ukraine, Jarcho
was educated in the United
States and abroad. He was a
founder, president of the medi-
cal board and chairman of the
executive committee of Syden-
ham Hospital in New York,
where the medical library was
officially named in his honor in
1946: He was the inventor of
the Jarcho pressometer, a de-
vice used in the diagnosis and
treatment of female sterility.
An honorary member of the
Israel Medical Association, Jar-
cho in 1919 began sending med-
ical • literature to Palestine
where physicians were badly in
need of them. He was the
founder of the Dr. Julius Jarcho
Medical Library of the Hebrew
University which includes 24
individual medical libraries
throughout the country for the
use of Israel's physicians. He
was also a member of the board
of governors of the Hebrew
University and a founder of the
American Jewish Physicians
Committee, which is now the
medical board of the American
Friends of the Hebrew Univer-
sity. He was also active in the
Zionist Organization of America
and • in the American OSE or-
ganization.

David Rosenstein,
ORT Leader, Dies

NEW YORK, (JTA) — David
Rosenstein, 67, president of the
Ideal Toy Corporation, national
vice-president of American Ort
and member of leading Ort in-•
ternational committees, died at
his home here May 8.
:Born in New York City, Ros-
enstein occupied top posts in the
United Jewish Appeal and in
the New York Federation of
Jewish Philanthropies. He was a
former president of the National
Federation of Settlements and
Neighborhood Centers, chairman
of the board of Conference on
Jewish Relations and member of
-the reconstruction committee of
the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee. •

.

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many kind expres-
sions•of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives and
friends during the
family's recent bereave.
ment.

NOTICE
CLOVER HILL PARK CEMETERY

Office and Cemetery
Will be closed

WEDNESDAY, MAY 29th AND
THURSDAY, MAY 30th

Shavuoth Holiday Oloei•vance

ANNOUNCEMENT

All those who wish to beautify the graves of
their loved ones at the NUSACH HARI
CEMETERY are asked to contact

.

' SARAH WEINBERG, died in
Israel 11fty 13. She leaves her
husband, Meyer; two sons,
Julius and Azner; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Philip Weltman and
Mrs. Samuel Hirsch; nine
grandchildren and four great
grandchildren.

*

BORIS LIPSCHUTZ, Coral
HARRY PLAVIN, formerly of
Detroit, died May 5 in Brooklyn, Gables, Fla., died May 12. He
N. Y. Surviving are four sons, leaves his wife, Sara; sons, Dr.
Yale, Bernard, Milton and Louis S. and Henry; daughter,
Donald; a daughter, Mrs. Wal- Gertrude Caplan; seven grand-
ter (Phyllis) Norton; a brother, children and three great grand-
children.
Sam; and 11 grandchildren.
* * *
*
*
REVA CARP, 19610 Stratford,
JACOB FEINBLOOM, 4021
died May 9. She leaves her hus- Humphrey, died May 10. Sur-
band, Dr. Joseph; a son, Burt; vived by wife, Anna; a son, Jules
two daughters, Judi and Ava; Fayne; two daughters, Mrs. Os-
her father, Sam Tartof; a car (Emma) Adelson and Mrs.
brother and two sisters.
Leon (Tillie) Frankel of To-
*
ledo, and 11 grandchildren.
ELSIE METLER, 18307 Ken-
* * *
tucky, died May 9. She leaves
JACOB ROSE, 2664 Carter,
her husband ., Harry; son, died May 11. Survived by wife,
Fred; daughter, Mrs. Law- Ida; three sons, Theodore, Harry
rence Schecter; four sisters and H. and Edwin A.; two daughters,
four grandchildren.
Mrs. Robert (Lillian) Rice and
• * *
MILDRED FOX, 23511 Church, Rose Rose; and 11 grandchil-
Oak Park, died May 9. She dren.
* .* *
leaves her husband, Harry L.;
FRED SHARON, 19130 Griggs,
daughter, Mrs. Gerald Sher- died May 9. He leaves a son,
man; mother, Mrs. Rose King; Albert S.; a daughter, Mrs. Ir-
and sister, Mrs. Ben Sweigman. win Wallack; and seven grand-
* * *
DR. PAUL JOEL WEISS, children.
999 Whitmore, died May 11. He
leaves his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. George Weiss; two sisters,
Mrs. Fred Katoff and Mrs. Her-
schel Russell. Interment, Phila-
delphia.
* * *
PAULINE GOLD, 2340 Clem-
During the coming
ents, died May 10. She leaves
week Yeshiva Beth
Yehudo will observe
her husband, Louis; two daugh-
the Yahrzeit of the
ters, Mrs. Karl Lewis and Mrs.
following
departed
Aaron Robins; a sister and six
friends, with the
grandchildren.
traditional Memorial
* * *
Prayers, recitation of
FANNIE SIMON, 13259 S.
Kaddish and study-
Norfolk, died May 10. She
ing of Mishnoyes.
leaves a son, Nathan; two
daughters, Mrs. Boyd Carnick
Hebrew divil
and Mrs. Arthur Kaplan; a
lyar. May
Bella Jacob
24
18
brother, two sisters and eight
Sam Adler
24
18
grandchildren.
Yanka Eisler
24
18
* * *
IRVING FRANT, 13261 Cas- Chaim Corman
19
25
Jennie Shustek
25
19
tle, died May 11. He leaves five
Mose Barnett
25
19
brothers, Max, Abe, Bernie, Lou
Abraham Fine
25
19
Hannah Levenberg
19
25
and Bert; three sisters, Mrs.
Sophie Friedman, Mrs. William
Adolph E. Fell
26
20
Bier and Mrs. Oscar Roberts.
Ben Nosanchuk
26
20
* *
Lillie Bloch
20
26
Abba E. Keidan
26
20
BENJAMIN J. * HAMBURG, Max
Cohen
26
20
formerly of Detroit, died May
9 in Monterey Park, Calif. Sur-
Louis Morrison
21
27
Cila Berger
21
27
vived by wife, Blanche; son,
Betty Feldman
Daniel; daughter, Geraldine
Balantzow
21
27
(Jaye); two brothers, Samuel
Bessie Landgarten
28
22
of Detroit and Nate of Califor-
Abraham Sachs
28
22
nia; two sisters, Mrs. Harold.
Eva Stein
29
23
Blum of Detroit and Mrs. Betty
29
23
Eva Wexler
Teinhaus V of Attica, N.Y.; and
three grandchildren.
Sivan

WE REMEMBER
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* *

FRIEDA TURK E L, 17377
Wisconsin, died May 13. Inter-
ment in Cleveland. Survived by
three sons, Simon of New York,
Dr. Henry Turkel and George;
daughter, Mrs. Malvina Korn
of Sherman Oaks, Calif.; a broth-
er; eight grandchildren and a
great grandchild.
* * *
ISIDOR PERCHICK, 18694
Birwood, died May 13. Survived
by wife, Reva; two sons, Jack
Pershing and Jules Pierce; a
daughter, Mrs. Daniel (Gert-
r u d e) Nathan; three grand-
children and a great grand-
child.
* * *
JULIA WITKIN died April 13
in Toronto, Ont. Survived by
her mother, Mrs. Sarah Key-
fitz; sisters, Mrs. Bernard Kasky
and Mrs. Harry Horowitz; and
brothers, Dave, • Isadore and
Murray Keyfitz.
*
*
IDA MARKOWITZ (MARS-
TON), 2446 Ford, died May 12.
She leaves two sons, Max and
Joe Marston; two brothers, a
sister, seven grandchildren and
eight great-grandchildren.
* * *
JOE RINGLER, 18709 Ohio,
died May 15: He leaves his
wife, V Gussie; two sons, Paul
and Bernard; two sisters and
four grandchildren.
* * *
AR T HUR RUBENSTEIN,
18603 Woodingham, died May
15. He leaves son, Victor Ross;
two daughters, Mrs. Louis
Granitz and Mrs. Jack Tousend;
nine grandchildren and two
great grandchildren.
* * *
ROSE LANDY, 10744 Lud-
low, Huntington Woods, died
May 15. Survived by daughter,
Mrs. Ben (Esther) Minns; a
brother and two grandchildren.

.

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DORA LIPSHITZ, 18000 Hub-
bell, died May 9. She leaves
two sons, Aaron Lane and Fred
Rice; a daughter, Mrs. Morris
Golden; nine grandchildren and
three great-grandchildren..
* * *
NATHAN ORDER died in
Dorchester, Mass., May 2. He
leaves his wife, Minnie; four
daughters; three sons; three sis-
ters; 22 grandchildren and 10
great-grandchildren.
* * *
RUTH SIEGEL, 13714 Vas-
sar, died May 12. She leaves
her husband, Samuel; son, Mar-
tin; daughter, Mrs. Eugene Jaffe;
four brothers and five grand-
children.
* * *
MORRIS GOLDSMITH, 18708
Washburn, died May 13. He
leaves his wife, Celia; three
daughters, Mrs. Irving Pink-
ney", Mrs. William Feinberg
and Estelle; a sister and four
grandchildren.

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